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Streptococcal infection, sore throat, ross river fever. Tonsils removed during childhood. Related symptoms?

Hi. I have had a sore throat for six months. I have been to an ENT who has diagnosed streptococcal infection. He has said that I have had the infection recently but is now gone. My throat is still very sore. I had my tonsils removed as a child. I was diagnosed with Ross River Fever about six months ago as well. I am wondering if there is a connection between the two. Kind regards
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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THE SURGERY OF TONSILS ARE NOT BEING DONE FOR LAST 10 YEARS
THESE ARE ONLY THE COMPLICATIONS OF TONSILLITIS FOR WHICH WE FEAR FOR REMOVING TONSILS
BUT WE CANNOT DO ANYTHING NOW
I AM SURE IT IS SINUSITIS
THERE CAN BE POST NASAL DRIP OF SINUSES
AT PRESENT YOU TAKE DOXITAB 100 MGM TWICE A DAY
TAB ALLEGRA 120 MGM DAILY
SYP MUCAINE GEL 2 TSF TDS
SYP TOSSEX 1/2 TSF AT NIGHT
DO FOR 3 WEEK
AFTER THAT GO FOR ONE INJECTION OF PENIDUA 12 LACK UNITS AFTER SENSTIVITY TEST
GET XRAY AN TREAT SINUSES YOU WUILL BE FINE
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